For the fourth year in a row, Courvas will take on Turn-Key Controls in the semifinals of the North Okanagan Men’s Soccer League playdowns.
The number-two seeded Courvas met their city rivals, Salmon Arm Outlaws, in the quarterfinals and easily cruised to a 9-2 victory, booking a spot in the final four.
Turn-Key defeated the Monashees, scoring seven and picking up a clean sheet in the process.
On the other half of the draw, Salmon Arm’s Eagle Homes Nation of Domination, the league’s fifth-seed, hosted Revelstoke and dumped the fourth-ranked Stallions 4-1.
Meeting the Nation of Domination in the other semifinal will be the regular season’s top seed, North Enderby Timber.
The timbermen also routed their quarter final opponent Peter’s Tirecraft, 7-0.
Both games are scheduled for this evening.
Turn-Key and Courvas will face off at 7 p.m. at Little Mountain, while the other game will be played in Vernon. The league championship will be played in Vernon on Aug. 12.